FOP Journal Transitions to Digital Format
January 2021 will be the start of a more efficient and timely method of communication with a new, expanded and electronic National FOP Journal that will now be delivered on a monthly basis rather than quarterly.
Moving away from the quarterly issue to a monthly, electronic format will make our messaging more current, our frequency of issues greater, and will give us the ability to expand from the traditional 36-page paper issue to 80 pages of digital information that will keep you informed and excited about all things FOP!
We hope you are as excited about this new development as we are. To ensure you never miss an issue of the FOP Journal, it is crucial that we have your updated email address on file. Please take the opportunity to register your email address at FOPConnect.com now, so that you never miss an update!
Promotional period is December 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021
Eligibility: Participants must be an active member in good standing and may only register through FOPConnect.com
How to Enter: Participants must register with FOPConnect.com. Only one entry per person may be submitted. No purchase or payment required.
Prize: One (1) $1,000 cash prize will be awarded on the first business day following the end of each month during the Promotional Period.
Drawing: A name will be randomly selected each month from all entrants registered through FOPConnect.com and collected during the Promotional Period. winning participant will then be removed from the drawing. All other names will remain in the drawing. Winners will be notified by the email address provided. If the winning email address is not valid, the drawing will continue until a successful participant is selected.
General Conditions: Award will be reported on a 1099 form to the IRS as taxable income. The prize winner is responsible for paying any taxes. The FOP will not share participants'' information with any third party.A Message from National President Patrick Yoes I want to express my deepest condolences to the family of U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian D. Sicknick. This brave and valiant officer was injured in the line of duty while defending Members of Congress, Congressional staff and ordinary citizens who were besieged in the U.S. Capitol Building.The Nebraska State FOP App is now available for all members. To download the app use either the Apple App Download or Android App Download icons on our website. Once downloaded, you will have to register by tapping "Create Account." As soon as you are verified as a member, you will receive an email confirmation with access to the app.